Medal Hotel

8A/6D2 Thai Van Lung Street, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ho Chi Minh City

Visiting Uncle Ho

A travel blog entry by enos

2
12

... shade of green. I was told that this is the rainy season and it hasnt rained for a while. Climate sceptics take a bow. I see a shoeshine boy approach a young dreadlocked American who tells him he has no money to spend on shoeshines but the guy takes of the Americans battered sandals anyway and starts snipping the frayed bits from around the edge. I was interested to see what was going to happen when another shoeshine boy approaches me and won't take no for an answer so ...

Binh Quoi Tourist Parks

A travel blog entry by ameliabaker

5

... quiet! For a bit of variety we thought we'd stroll to park 2 and grab some food on the way (the parks are free to enter but the food's a bit pricey and we really didn't need the huge buffet that was standard for lunch). We'd hoped to find a baguette we could take into the park, but no luck. We did however find a little local cafe offering bo kho (beef stew) and bahn mi op la (egg baguette). A couple of the baguettes later and we headed into park 2. Here ...

Incenses Blocking the senses

A travel blog entry by benjybums

3
13

... We were dropped off at the famous market in the area, which being a holy day was closed like mostly everywhere else in the bloody city. Two options lay before us left or right, being a manly mans manny man i choose, right it was...wrong way Ben.
The atmosphere was a bit off, foreign isn't a great word but it was, our local area of district 1 had become ...

India Part 3: Finishing The South

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea

3
28

... 2 guys covered in makeup and costume (1 dressed up as a woman) and a drummer. It essentially included a lot of hand gestures, facial expressions, eye rolling and feet pounding. We are all about experiencing the local culture, but this was just borderline weird! Leaving rather confused, we decided to call it a night and hit the sack.

We were picked up early the next morning by our taxi driver in order to drive us the hour out of town towards the backwaters for our ...

Tunnels and Guns...a Great Combo!

A travel blog entry by si_shaz

25

Today we went on a day tour to Cu Chi Tunnels - you'd know this mum, the place where the Vietnamese had buried underground during the war. This was a really really cool day. The first stop was at this factory thing Where a whole bunch of these disabled/handicapped people worked doing various art etc. They are the Vietnamese that were affected by Agent Orange etc. So they had missing limbs, deformed etc.So we got taken through their workstations to see what they were making. I ...

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This hotel, located on 8A/6D2 Thai Van Lung Street, Ho Chi Minh City, is near Dam Sen Water Park, Revolutionary Museum, La Maison de L'Apothiquaire, and Hotel de Ville.
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